I upgraded to LMS 2.5.1 (Solaris 8) and now the Ciscoworks home page (server:1741) is no longer available. After executing the /opt/CSCOpx/bin/pdshow command, I noticed that the Apache daemon was not there (pdreg shows that Apache is not even registered). So I'd like to register this daemon, but I don't know the exact command.
Can someone tell me what parameters I have to add by typing "/opt/CSCOpx/bin/pdreg -l Apache" on your system ? (pdreg -r appname -e /path/pgm -f flags -d depends [-w <timeout in milliseconds>] -n (no autostart) -q (no INFO messages) -t exitcode)
You may want to open a TAC case and attach those files.
If it's answering when you telnet to port 1741 of servername, it's more likely a Tomcat issue than Apache. Tomcat is supposed to be running on port 9009, according to /opt/CSCOpx/MDC/tomcat/conf/server.xml.
It really sounds like your installation is corrupt. You will not be able to manually fix regdaemon.xml. At this point, you will be better off uninstalling LMS, removing /opt/CSCOpx, then installing from scratch. Given that any backup you have is probably corrupt, I wouldn't recommend doing a restore once you reinstall. At this point, it would be easier and safer to start over completely.
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